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>> stephanie: clean-up efforts now underway as residents are getting ready. >> daniel: meant to help kids get fit and ended up hurting kids. recall for millions of happy meal toys. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good morning, everyone, it is tuesday, august 23rd. >> daniel: what a difference a day makes. cooler temperature to start but warm-up is on the way. >> shiri: 60s and even first
providence and new bedford. 63 in nashua but 50s back to scene and orange, 62 in worcester. tell you what, this morning we have 40s and we have 50s on that map. things are warming up really nicely here, 11:00 a.m. brings us up to 74?, 1:00 p.m. 78. we hit the lower 80s this afternoon in metrowest and then for the evening you can see by 9:00 p.m. we are going to be sinking back into the highs around 80? for much of the coast, going to be 79 and the cape about 77. all of us see the sunshine today and changes brewing the end of the week. julie, up now for live drive time traffic. >> julie: yes, things relatively calm out there. route 1 moving along fine all morning. 128 southbound through lexington is typically slow, but right now no issues, just a little volume on 93 south approaching somerville as well as on the
brighton where nothing is slowing you down. here are live drive times, 45 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 29 minutes on the expressway, 36 minutes on 93 south. >> daniel: 9:02 and take a few days to get things cleaned up in concord after a tornado hit the town early yesterday morning. it was only on the ground for a short time but caused a lot damage. fox stephanie coueignoux thanksful no one was hurt. >> stephanie: allowing things to sink in and crews making quick work and hour ago enormous green machine was here where i'm standing. well take a look behind me. clean all the road around lexington road on hawthorn lane and further down making quick
and very steady process. the clean-up continues today on lexington road after yesterday's ef1 tornado after a path of destruction half mile long and for the owners of 39 homes damaged they are left to deal with insurance companies. for diana mcnicholas whose home was damaged she told us today was actually more difficult than yesterday. >> i think i realized i was probably in shock yesterday because it was all te talking to people. feeling a little overwhelmed right now like i'm sure everybody is. >> we spoke with daughter yesterday morningar the tornado hit. jenna was home alone at the time and quickly called her parents back from the cape cod vacation. her mom says it is just now sinking in. her daughter survived tornado. crews told us they are working as quickly as possible to get life back to normal for residents. >> everybody has been fantastic.
as soon as possible. >> stephanie: as for the mcnicholas family as reality continues to set in, they are thankful nobody was hurt. now they are wondering what to do next. >> we are wishing we were going back on vacation because it was the valley ski area week. we may go. i don't know what to do honestly. sort of stuck here. >> well we also just got an update from emergency management and again, see live look here on lexington road which is still oc again, town officials here in concord, they are now meeting this morning and we are expecting an update at some point today. again, they are hoping the roads will reopen and power will be restored today but again, as soon as we hear back we let you know. for now in concord, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news >> julie: developing this morning in boston, a woman was forced into a park and sexually assaulted. now police are looking for the suspect. fox25 jessica reyes is live near
happened. jess, people are surprised this happened so near to where they live. >> jessica: this is a quiet neighborhood during the day at least and know this happened, suspect approached the victim on stretch of claremont street in the south end and this neighborhood really known for a lot of young professionals, a lot of young families and it is relatively safe considering it is right in the middle of the city. however, police are now asking everyone who lives there to be alert this >> jessica: horrifying safe neighborhood on edge. >> friends just shocking. >> it happened around 1:00 monday morning and police say victim tawalking by herself in greenwich park and man on blue bmx said he had a knife and forced her to walk across mass
claremont street alley-oop the southwest corridor where it meets the back bay and both pretty safe neighborhoods which makes this all the more shocking for people that live here. >> out in the middle of the night walking dog or early in the morning, never had a problem, never felt uncomfortable. >> has a homey neighborhood feel because far enough from the back bay it is not super crowded, not as many tourists, definitely a homier feel here. >> jessica: lookout at all times. >> i live in neighborhood and sometime it is dark and walk everyday and frightening thing because always are aware and assaulted and all the time. >> running toward tremont and davenport streets in the south end. police put out brief description and hispanic, 5'6" in late 20s
distinguishing characteristics, tattoos on right arm and back of his right hand. now, this morning police are, of course, still trying to track him down and asking anybody who was in this area around 1:00 yesterday morning and saw anything suspicious or perhaps know something about this to give them a call right away. live in boston, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: woman on way to grocery store killed on way in tragic accident. pickup truck backed over 70-year-old claudia it happened at mckirkland elementary in lowell. the driver of the truck pulled into a parking spot and was told to move to another location and that's when he hit the victim. so far no charge have been filed. >> man for shooting and killing neighbor. viewer sent us this picture on the scene from hamilton street. last night they found victim on front lawn with gunshot wound. the man was fighting with the
and police investigating what led up to the shooting. >> julie: race based problems on campus. new leaders of prestigious school says teachers will receive new training on how to deal with racial discrimination. school's top two administrators resigned after protests by students earlier this year. internal investigation found more than 100 allegations of racist incidents since 2012. exposed on whistle blowing website wikileaks in the last year. jacqueline fell with details of new ap investigation into wikileaks violating rights of ordinary people. good morning, jackie. >> reporter: according to the associate press the transparency group also exposed hundreds of incident people. according to the ap report
records of sick children and mentally ill. the ap says that sensitive information including social security and phone numbers could be exploited by criminals. you will remember before the democratic national convention wikileaks published e-mails showing leaders within the national party favoring hillary clinton over bernie sanders. the ap reports also in that leak social security numbers and credit card information that was never redacted. filtering out potentially harmful and private information on ordinary people was expensive and time-consuming. the associated press tried to reach out to assange but yet not had success. reporting live in washington, jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> julie: donald trump postponing major announcement. trump was scheduled to talk
undocumented immigrants on thursday. he is putting off speech until next week but campaign says now wants to focus on democratic rival hillary clinton. >> daniel: dispute over hillary clinton private e-mail account follows her into the november election. yesterday the fbi collected 15,000 new e-mails in its investigation into clinton's e-mail practices. federal judge ordered state to release documents and once planned by the and state department wants to release the e-mails second week of october 1-month before to election. meanwhile the democratic launching a new tv ad slamming donald trump on national security. >> julie: fresh off 2-week vacation on vineyard president obama will visit flood victims in louisiana. some neighborhoods around baton rouge under 2 feet of water after heavy rains submerged last
assistance and president obama declared a major disaster in 20 counties to help streamline federal funding. last week donald trump visited the area. hillary clinton says she not be visiting because she doesn't want to distract from the relief efforts. >> daniel: major sponsors ended relationship with the medalist and includes speedo and ralph lauren. lochte admitted to being robbed at gunpoint after going to party lochte vandalized a gas station and group was confronted by armed security guards. in a statement speedo says it can not condone behavior that has countered to the value the brand long stood for. speedo also donated $50,000 of lochte's sponsorship fee to charity. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. then overall things have been kind of calm out there this morning. on 93 southbound right now you're looking at 32 minute ride
shiri? >> shiri: right now in boston temperature 69?, we have got sunshine out there now, nice and bright to send you home from work with temps 74 to 78?, break down the 80 degree highs today and when you get there coming up. >> daniel: finding laptop or tablet for the school year that won't break the bank can be tough. coming up we will tell you some simple ways to save on all of your back to school gadgets. >> julie: major lawsuit cracking down on big banks. why some are getting >> daniel: get through tolls fast and her up next breaking down the big difference in price
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>> julie: big differences in tolls for people with and without an ez drive the mass pike. the old tolls are out. set to be dismantled. these new gantries will new track your travel recording your transponder as you pass below if you have one. so how much will you pay? no transponder and will be charged more. he thinks that is not fair. >> it is not. because i don't use it as probably other people do and
>> reporter: drive ez pass cost you $6.15. with no ez pass jumps to $11.70. from sturbridge to boston it will cost $3.60 with ez pass. with in ez pass it goes up to $7.25. and from 128 to boston with an ez pass it costs $1.70. with no ez pass it is $3.55. but the promise from officials is this will make travel faster, no more waiting at tolls. >> with the advancement of technology i guess anything that makes things slow a lot easier and you're able to apply technology to it makes cents. >> reporter: so in the end getting transponder can save you money. massdot says if not they will take a picture of license plate and tack on another 60 cents to send the bill.
>> you think if you get a transponder now? >> i probably will. >> julie: paying more is point of contension for some but so is taking picture of license plate and what the state will do with the information. massdot says it can be useful in emergency leak amber alert. public hearing on new tolls starts september 6th. month later the massdot.org votes and goes live on november 28th. >> daniel: city of somerville wynn in neighboring everett. the city will not appeal the state's decision to issue when a key environmental permit. joe curtatone says the two sides have reached a deal to address transportation, health and environmental issues. >> fight never been about money. these cases weren't about stopping. this is about getting it right. >> daniel: agreement includes more ferry service to help ease congestion on roads. construction began earlier this
2019. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. i love what i'm seeing on the roads right now. all the bright green and just a little sliver of red which denotes the slowest spot on the expressway right after the braintree split. north of the pike you're sailing on route 1 and even on 128 south through the lexington area. pike moving along fine. no issues as you head through brighton. here are live drive times, 13 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 23 minutes on the expressway, 29 the leverett connector. shiri spear joining us now and as we are coming up on the beginning of school we have a few more beautiful summer days ahead of us. >> sara: >> shiri: woke up and muggy and this time starting to clearing out and 3:00 in the morning we had a confirmed tornado in concord, massachusetts, no injuries, thank goodness, was on the ground for ten minutes. half mile long pass, it was
about 100 miles per hour. the places it as an ef1. typically massachusetts gets about three tornadoes a year, new hampshire two and usually they are kind of in lower end of the range, so ef0, ef1, but still yesterday breaking down all the damage that that did. in addition to that there was also straight-line winds damage, so it was a mess yesterday, clean-up still underway today and look at how much better it is. radar as well, no clouds, no rain drops to report to you, simply the sunshine, 69? in boston and in norwood. norwood we woke up this morning when we went on at 4:00 this morning, it was in the 40s. now at 69? with sun 11:00 a.m. 70? by 1:00 p.m. 78?. we have got highs in the lower 80s there and across much of the area. a little bit cooler in the hills so we got worcester at 76, but 81 in fitchburg, lower 80s in framingham, boston, up to the
lower 80s in plymouth as well as new bedford. some 70s for the cape and islands but upper 70s for most of you today. and then tonight we stick with a clear skies, we stick with nice low humidity and again, we are going to see some 50s popping by the time you wake up tomorrow morning. this is going to be really comfortable weather. a little bit fall like so if you needed jacket this morning, you're going to need it again tomorrow, but tomorrow's warm-up even bigger. so just make sure you got the sandals and short sleeves on because 88 tomorrow afternoon in boston, 88 in ipswich and 90 norwood and lawrence, 89 in fitchburg, it is going to be cooking out there. future cast really highlighting the fact we have ton of sun today and wavers and hotter temperatures to filter into the area and by thursday i'm going to freeze frame things 8:00 in the morning. also adding humidity on top of that. so 7-day forecast with weekend always in view has things
got scattered showers especially in the morning hours but 82 on saturday, mostly sunny, sunday few more clouds and 78 and we got more rain on monday. back to you. >> daniel: still ahead this morning a local park ranger accused of video taping and they made an arrest. accused of video taping and they made an arrest. >> daniel: for all and sniffers, all stop & shop produce is triple checked. we're focusing on fresh... ...so you don't have to guess. my stop & shop. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this
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>> shiri: it is like a present. it is like a take away. zip tripping out to burlington, 70s to 80? here on friday morning and we have a chance for scattered showers, not going to be a washout. it is going to be mild, don't forget, healthy box of cereal to benefit the zip trip cereal drive. >> daniel: there's new guidelines for kids and sugar. the maximum amount doctors say massachusetts public charter schools are among the best in the country. our charter schools are public, and we have longer school days with more personal attention. we have a proven record of helping students in underperforming areas succeed. announcer: question 2 will expand charter school access and result in more funding for public education. every parent should be able
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vote no on question 2. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good tuesday morning and live look outs morning, daniel, when we came into work, shiri was saying 40s, 50s. >> daniel: i had to go back inside to look for my fleece. couldn't find it. >> shiri: haven't needed it cold and cooler in some spots and warming up, warmer 60s now
new hampshire and 69? and cooler in the burbs like natick at 63, tewksbury at 64 and mansfield at 62?. we got upper 60s, lower 70s from and duxbury to sandwich at 64, harwhich 60s and 70 for nantucket and the vineyard. day planner has temperatures right now kind of teetering right around 70 degree mark and warming up to 75 at here comfortable humidity at 3:00 this afternoon, break down the hot and cool spot to show you what to plan around the beaches. >> julie: traffic maps look like 4:00 a.m. route 193 south moving along fine. expressway is slow spot and still heavy steady volume lingering there. pike though as you could see wide open through the brighton
to mass ave. 25 minutes on expressway, 28 minutes on 93 south as you approach the leverett connector. >> daniel: take a few days before tornado hit the town early yesterday morning and caused a lot of damage. >> several crews out there. working to restore power to two main roads. fox25 stephanie coueignoux is in concord this morning where neighbors are just thankful one was hurt. >> stephanie: he have to tell you a lot of improvement since we went on air 4:30 this morning and showing you this corner area on lexington road and hawthorn rain and huge tree limbs and parts of trees all over and you can see that that's pretty much been removed. so again some quick work here and they have been working really hard to clear the roads here as well. meantime video took earlier this morning, this is of an area we
yesterday on lexington road because it was completely blocked off and this morning this is what was left. that has since cleared so again crews are doing really great job. that was an area where, of course, that tornado touched down, ef1 tornado with 100 miles per hour wind and stretched about half mile, 39 homes were damaged and still shut down alcott road still has power outages there and governor charlie baker here yes taking look at damage. we did speak with homeowner. we showed you her house yesterday actually where the tree just fell feet from her home and she actually told us today has been harder than yesterday. >> probably in shock yesterday and all the cars and talking to people. feeling a little overwhelmed right now like i'm sure
wearing civilian clothes when two suspects approached, one of them carrying a knife. >> >> daniel: victim showed the suspects her rosary pocket and rosary beads and then she says this case took a twist that can only be explained by her faith. >> as soon as she saw the rosary, took the rosary and put the knife away and walked away. you know, god forbid it could have happened something even worse but thank god she took the rosary and put the knife away and she walked away so it was
grace of the holy rosary. >> do you forgive them? >> absolutely. >> daniel: bail set far one of them was $5,000 and other woman used as lookout and used as personal recognizance. >> julie: patriots fan that stole a autographed helmet may be from wilmington. see right there. he then wraps brady jersey and walk out without paying the bill. it was after the first preseason game. man says actually called him shortly after the theft and apologized. he said he would mail it back but that hasn't happened. police now hoping someone will recognize him in the video. >> daniel: a park ranger now charged with video taping women inside a public bathroom. it happened at unisex bathroom in milton. raymond set up a camera and
lifeguard using that the bathroom noticed a green light coming from a corner and found the camera. and face caught on camera too. the suspect accused of shooting and killing another man inside a cemetery lasted year appeared in court for the first time. jose lore being held without bail after he fled to the dominican republic and was brought back here to face charges. prosecutors say he shot and killed david cemetary last june and also arrested two other people in the months after the murder. laura due back in court in october for pretrial hearing. >> julie: 9:36. state trooper charged with raping his exgirlfriend has threatened her again. robert sunburg is under house arrest while waiting to stand trial. he was arrested in april after woman says he choked and sexually assaulted her. both are state troopers assigned to concord barracks.
removed. they want more bail restrictions based on result. >> daniel: party bus had emergency locks on window in which two women fell out of. one of the women died early sunday morning. the other has been released from a hospital. police say a group of 20 people rented the bus on saturday night. the accident happened around 2:00 a.m. on route 1a. the owner of entourage limo gave us a tour of the bus and explained what would need to >> handle come up and that handle also for the window to open up. >> daniel: woman who was on the bus at the time group tried to open the window to get some air and no alarm sounded when it opened. >> julie: remains of 70 animals have been recovered from a farm in westport. more than 1,000 animals
investigators found at least 20 burial sites. police say this is the most complex animal cruelty investigation in the history of massachusetts. last night animal rights activist held a vigil in westport. they want criminal charges brought against whoever is responsible. this morning about 900 of the animal taken from the farm are still being cared for by the aspca. they are working to find foster home from them. >> daniel: transit system has companies. starting september 1st the "t" will pay them $13.5 million a year for cleaning services. contracts will save the agency more than $4 million per year. union leaders say the cubs will create a sweat shop like conditions for workers not laid off. daniel: somerville residents may want to stock up on reusable bags. city's plastic bag ban goes into effect. the ordinance passed last
businesses with more than 10,000 square feet of floor are being asked to promote paper bags instead. the ban is supposed to reduce the environmental impact of plastic bags. somerville joins number of other cities and towns in the state who have adopted this policy. new at 9:00, boston based company can resume doing business in new york state. draftkings and rival fanduel have been cleared to daily sports games to new york re declared them illegal gambling operations and making online sports illegal and work on long-term regulations similar to those past here in massachusetts earlier this year. >> julie: boston red sox won nine of the last 11 games and tied for first with toronto in the american league east.
in the fourth chris young makes his first appearance since june gets sox on the board and single to left scores hanley ramirez and play of the night, maybe of the season. rookie outfielder andrew chasing ball to left. he goes, watch this, over the wall to rob a home run. awesome catch. sox win six-two. julie: what's going on with brady and gronk? neither star was at yesterday. team not saying why only excused absence. gronk also missed third session in row. he was hurt in joint session with chicago last week. julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. we have enjoyed relatively mellow commute today. on 93 southbound right now an easy 23 minutes as head from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: despite chilly start to the day, we have warm and bright conditions at the beaches with 77 this afternoon in
81 in plymouth, 78 in falmouth and 74 nantucket. beaches north of boston just as warm, upper 70s, lower 80s straight up to the sea coast and hour-by-hour look at that warm-up next. >> daniel: man says 13 hours spent getting tattoo of donald trump was totally worth it. >> julie: expensive list and we narrator: let's put this political promise to the test. ayotte: i've been
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>> daniel: rick scott confirmed the
state has had 36 cases of zika. scott announced the state adding another $5 million to fight the virus. governor also toured middle school on the first day of class to reassure parents the state is working to fight the virus. >> julie: all week long we are looking to back to school shopping expenses. students supply list used to be as simple as few notebooks, pencils, trapper keeper but now it is getting more expensive than ever with the electronics on the checklist. here are some ways you can save
ticket items. >> gene: 451 marketing students to save cash on favorite school gadgets. >> deals happening all the time. >> gene: there has been a spike in salato for ipads, cell phones you can save money by doing research. >> check out all the reviews, check not only retailer you're buying from but the model you're looking to buy as well. >> start onne is pretty easy now. >> gene: buying brand-new items isn't always best option. >> it is a heavily regulated industry and value refurbished and aren't the newest line and new side of the line. >> gene: what to look for when buying used. >> test an item and make sure
because you don't have any background. >> gene: buying older models as refurbished. >> supported by apple, same features, might not be the latest and greatest but incredible deal. >> julie: we are reminiscing about back to school supply shopping. we love it. another tip to make sure to check retailers offer studt to trade in old electronics for new ones. for more ways how you can save on all the back to school shopping visit fox25boston.com. >> daniel: doctors setting in you guideline how much sugar children should eat. the american heart association says children between ages of two and 18 should have no more than 6 teaspoons including fructose and hon and he total found in one plain clock lat
consumption of food and drinks can add to high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes. starts in 2018 food sold in the u.s. will have to list the amount of added sugar on nutrition facts label. >> julie: 9:47 and things still a little bit sluggish on expressway northbound at morrissey boulevard. i'm also seeing some discoloration from the red traffic flow in the southbound lanes as well. north of the pike route 1 though wide open complaints about 128. pike moving along fine from the weston tolls through newton into the allston-brighton area. here are live drive times, only one of note is 23 minute drive time on the expressway, but even that isn't too much of headache. we have enjoyed relatively calm commute today. as far as the weather is concerned, calmer day today than yesterday. >> telling me absolutely. one thing we did have this morning, below average temperatures waking up to the
sun came up at 6:00 a.m., i'm sorry to tell you if this makes you a little sad but no more 5:00 a.m. sunrises this summer. daylight hours are closing in on us, losing about two, three minutes daylight per day, average high 79, temperatures today pretty normal and reason feels so fall like, a cold start, but b the fact it is so dry out there, lost the mugginess, it is comfortable and dry with dew point temperatures right around 50? by the end of sticky again and it is going to be hot again by the end of the week and not done with summer yet. get a little bit of break today. 69? is temperature right now in boston. we will be in the middle 70s by 11:00. by 1:00 p.m. 77. upper 70s to lower 80s this afternoon, high pressure is going to keep us nice and bright today, tomorrow, also keep us dry on thursday but it is wavering a little. today i think the one item to point out future cast at
forecast. notice that there are some winds being directed on shore, light sea breeze and knock local beaches back into the 70s for most of the afternoon. so we have upper 70s in spots like borne at 79, barnstable 74, 78 nantucket 74?. 79 in marshfield but 81 in plymouth, some lower 80s in brockton and middleborough, even in and around the boston area, boston to 81, woburn 82, natick 82 and northeastern massachusetts, the exception cape ann where it is in the 70s, the hills also in the 70s, so auburn and worcester get to 76? and into southern new hampshire really the lower 80s ruling for the most part, a little cooler on monadnocks. tonight 60s and 50s are back. so open the window, going to feel nice, going to feel a little crisp by the time you wake up tomorrow. lower 90s for wednesday. thursday similar temperatures in the upper 80s, but we are starting to add a little bit
friday, high 89 perhaps even in the 90s and going to bring scattered showers right now looks like the morning hours but the timing could shift a little bit with that front. weekend shaping up dry with highs around 80. back to you. >> daniel: thank you. something just about everyone does when they go to bed, charge their phone. but it could be doing more damage than good. coming up why so many people
>> julie: video of pleading three counts arrest of richard simone junior back in may. simone junior is facing charges after leading new hampshire and massachusetts on multistate chase on may 11th and trooper will be in court thursday. joseph flynn also facing assault charge in the case. >> daniel: federal safety guidelines might suggest against
should wait for new rules that come out in a few weeks. >> things happening very quickly and government having trouble keeping up whether it is washington d.c. or state government. >> julie: breaking down after two years of use and higher temperature also causes the battery to wear down and 44% of americans they trade in their phones after two years of use. julie: life stage asks users to put different picture frames around videos. videos are not shared like snapchat. viewers have to go to profile
stage is public so everyone can see it but the app only for users who say they are 21 years old -- under 21. >> daniel: party out on river turned to international rescue operation about 1500 americans were participating in the annual port huron float down in michigan when heavy winds blew wraps, floats and inner tubes on to canadian shores. several canadians safely from the water and put them on buses states. >> love for the tattoo, love for
>> shiri: i'm all about getting outside. high around 80, mostly sunny, we got a beautiful stretch of weather but it does get hot and humid. if you're in favor of the summertime heat and humidity, back for the end of the week. >> daniel: thank you so much for joining us this tuesday morning. >> julie: watch fox25 news fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 100 meg internet.
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